Miami Dolphins Fans: Here's The Jeff Ireland-Hating Parody of Eminem's "My Name Is" You Never Knew You Wanted
It's 2012, not 1999, so we're not really usually in the market for YouTube-hosted parody songs of Eminem's breakout hit "My Name Is."
But then again, those parodies usually don't expertly roast Miami Dolphins general manager Jeff Ireland.
Because Miami Dolphins fans are secretly some of the most bizarre and eccentric in all the NFL, there's a bit of an anti-Ireland cult movement dedicated to on-again/off-again Dolphins guard Ray Fienga. It's called "We Are All Ray Fienga" AKA #WAARF. The poor guy has been cut from the team four separate times by the Dolphins under Ireland's management.
And, for some reason this has lead to a string of parody songs released under "#WAARF Records."
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